How to be happy in a sad, sad world?
It's increadibly easy, and to tell you will please me (lyrics: John Shuttleworth "How to be happy in a sad, sad world"). Bake your own biskweets, that's how!
These delicious home-made shortbreads, when baking, filled the whole house with a delicious aroma.
But being freshly baked just before dinner time, and being a rather heavy biskweet, they do pose quite a conundrum. So I can understand Mr. Shuttleworth's problem here:
Who can make a biskweet taste good? The shortbread man can cause he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good.
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